“Abundance of pressed milk.”[p. 11] On the other hand, in a number of instances we employ figures3 and substitute one expression for another. Instead of “I know,” we say “I am not ignorant,” or “the fact does not escape me,” or “I have not forgotten,” or “who does not know?” or “it can be doubted by none.”
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